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Robert Louis Stevenson, the author of Treasure Island and The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde, was so taken with the Cévennes, which he had got to know on donkey back, that he used these hills as the setting for one of his novels. Served by the TGV railway stations of Montpellier and Nîmes, the region owes its enchanting beauty to the power of its natural and human geography. As visitors pass each of the foothills, they will be greeted by a fresh and breathtaking view over valleys covered with chestnut trees, olive trees and blackberry bushes, towards vineyards with immense stone terracing that only adds to the character of the region. Against this grandiose yet intimate backdrop, the location of France’s largest national park, Emile Garcin is proud to offer you a range of properties boasting stunning features and facilities. Situated in and around the first foothills of the Cévennes Méridionales, discover splendid properties and farmhouses for sale surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation including pines, green oaks and fruit trees; entirely renovated hamlets comprising master residence, magnanerie, sheep pen and infinity pool, complete with breathtaking views; and medieval châteaux with chapels overlooking their charming hanging gardens. The unique and unforgettable properties featured in Emile Garcin’s luxury real estate catalogue will delight even the most demanding tastes.

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